Repstock

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About Repstock

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  • Birthday 06/28/1960

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  • Location Central Ohio
  • Full Name Tom Ellifritt

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  1. Repstock added a post in a topic Anyoneup for ice cream?   

    I was just like you. I wanted a step van, so I made one.


  2. Repstock added a post in a topic TRULY RAREST OF THE RARE 1/25 MUSCLE CAR KITS OF ALL TIME   

    The hardest one for me to acquire so far has been the JoHan 1969 Rebel.
  3. Repstock added a post in a topic Camper kit   

    Correct. I included a pic of the real one. I just copied it.
  4. Repstock added a post in a topic Camper kit   

    First I saw of this. Here you go.
     






  5. Repstock added a post in a topic What does adding "Just sayin..." to the end of a statement add to the statement.   

    In many respects I find the world more disappointing with each passing day. One of my futile interests is politics. I think I just found my problem!
  6. Repstock added a post in a topic What does adding "Just sayin..." to the end of a statement add to the statement.   

    Actually, these responses have clarified things. Thank you. I would have bet a paycheck that at least one response would include "Just sayin'". I was not disappointed. Seriously, thanks all for clarifying this admittedly trivial matter.
  7. Repstock added a topic in The Off-Topic Lounge   

    What does adding "Just sayin..." to the end of a statement add to the statement.
    I know it's harmless, I'm just curious as to the purpose/meaning of adding "Just sayin...".
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  8. Repstock added a post in a topic What happened to the Moebius '69 Ford F100?   

    They are indeed sold out. I believe the 1970 version is sold out as well, or close to it. 
  9. Repstock added a post in a topic Rockford Files trailer   

    Further progress on the trailer. Those blinds were a bear! The weathering is a bit washed out from the sun in the pictures. It's a actually a bit grimier in person.
     





  10. Repstock added a post in a topic '69 Pontiac GTO Judge   

    x2. My 1969 Coronet stripped very well, but became full of little cracks. Once it was rinsed and dried, I ran Tamiya Thin cement over the cracks. So far, so good.
  11. Repstock added a post in a topic Fotki or Photobucket?   

    I've always used Photobucket (free). The only problem I've had is when they update from time to time and older browsers won't open it. It has never given me any trouble, I've never had anything lost, and it's always been available when I want to use it. I've used it for years. Since it has met my needs, I've never used any other service.
  12. Repstock added a post in a topic American 1:25 scale four door sedan and wagon promos and kits   

    I don't remember this one, either
  13. Repstock added a post in a topic MPC 1984 GMC Pickup (Video Review) 2016 Reissue   

    i don't think you can have turn signals on the grille AND the bumper. I believe the grille turn signals are correct for an '84. The bumper turn signals need to go. One more thing, and I'm sure this has been mentioned before... What's up with that seam on the side of the bed? What's it supposed to represent? Still a good kit to see back on the shelves, I'll have to pick up a few.
  14. Repstock added a post in a topic Rockford Files trailer   

    I saw that formula for Lt Topaz on a fan page. I'm curious to see how it looks when applied. Most of the Rockford models look too gold and too light. I understand that people have to model within their means, so that's not meant as an insult.
  15. Repstock added a post in a topic Rockford Files trailer   

    What color are you using? I'm using a 1975 Pontiac color Copper Mist metallic. It looks gold in the light, but more copper in the shadows. I'm going to make his Firebird a 1975 model. Scale Productions makes a Rockford figure. The body is far too barrel chested, but you can use the head, it's pretty good. With the supporting cast you're kind of on your own...